Hi everyone! In September, I'll be doing Product Design in uni which entails a fair bit of CAD/design work. I currently have the Mid-2011 21.5" iMac with the 2.7GHz i5 processor and 8GBs of RAM but realise that at uni I will need a certain degree of portability. Which of the following combinations would you go for since there are pros and cons to each? Or can you think of an even better solution? 1) Keep my iMac (which I absolutely love) and use it as my main machine seeing that is beastly in terms of performance Get a decent spec Windows laptop/ultrabook <£600 for when I'm around the uni campus/away (budget doesn't allow for a MPB in this situation unfortunately). 2) Sell my iMac and buy a Macbook Pro which would then be my primary machine. I was thinking of going for the 13" cMBP since I can then add an SSD and boost the RAM up then also connect it to a monitor when I'm in my room so that I get the same screen 'real estate' as the iMac but still retain the portability of a laptop. The biggest catch is that it isn't as powerful as the iMac. What do you guys think?